I love farm weddings. There is just so much character to them, plus the venue acts as a blank canvas so you can really make it your own and fill the barn with whatever you wish!
Grace and Harry were after a classic luxe look alongside British wildflowers. I used the creamiest peonies (tip - if you want to use peonies in your wedding flower arrangements, then your wedding ideal needs to take place between May and early July due to their short season life), roses and gypsophila in the bridal party designs, but a variety of blooms in the venue flowers.
The morning started off with some rain so I put the milk churn flowers just inside the entrance of the church which meant that they were protected from the weather and were still just as effective for welcoming guests!
They were keen to be able to move the large milk churn flowers and jugs of flowers from the church to the farm after the ceremony and be used at the reception. I would always recommend re-purposing your arrangements throughout the day to make the most of them.
Beautiful photographs kindly supplied by Suzy Wimbourne Photography.
Grace and Harry sent some lovely words to me following their wedding:
"Thank you so much Blossom and Bramble. You were just the best and we are so so glad to have worked on our wedding flowers with you."
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